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by Anna Hills, Oliver Saoirse, Anna, Nick Pendergrast, Bonnie
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As part of the Catalyst program by Young Voices for Animals , this interactive Q&A was held with 5 of Melbourne's most passionate young animal advocates to encourage our participants to think BIG.   Speakers: A lifelong vegetarian, Anna Hills believes in the power of community and education to make a positive difference for animals everywhere. She has been involved with the  Animal Justice Party  in Ballarat since 2017 and has plans to create a youth chapter, as well as to potentially...
Topics: animal advocacy, youth, activism, animal advocacy movement, Young Voices for Animals, Catalyst
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This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2016 Conference in Canberra. You can find out more information about this conference here:  http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/oceania-conference/   You can listen to other talks from this conference  here . You can also listen to a recap of the conference on  episode 152 of Progressive Podcast Australia .   Below is further information about the talk from the conference booklet, available here: ...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2016, activism, animal activism, class
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by ProgressivePodcastAustralia.com
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We are joined by Adam Cardilini, who is a scientist, animal advocate and host of Vegansci podcast. He discusses some feedback on episode 156, covering topics such as new animal free alternatives, capitalism, effective animal activism, using a Fox News level of objectivity and finding the magical vegan dumpling. Lab grown meat, GMOs, technology and the vegan movement. Mental health medication, animal testing and veganism. Invasion Day rally in Melbourne. For more information on this episode and...
Topics: Adam Cardilini, veganism, effective animal activism, effective activism
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This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2016 Conference in Canberra. You can find out more information about this conference here: http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/oceania-conference/   You can listen to other talks from this conference  here . You can also listen to a recap of the conference on  episode 152 of Progressive Podcast Australia .   Below is further information about the talk from the conference booklet, available here:...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2016, sustainable activism, burnout, activism, activist burnout
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This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2016 Conference in Canberra. You can find out more information about this conference here: http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/oceania-conference/   You can hear the talks that were before this Q and A session here: https://archive.org/details/AdamC https://archive.org/details/EmmaHurst https://archive.org/details/Kirsten You can listen to other talks from this conference  here . You can also listen to a recap of the...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2016, animal activism
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by ProgressivePodcastAustralia.com
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This time Nick is joined by Vanessa, a forensic psychology doctoral student and one of the hosts of VeganSci podcast. Happy rats. Animal activism. Vegan on a low income. Vanessa’s experiences working in prisons. Some of the problems with prisoners working in slaughterhouses as part of their rehabilitation. Pedestrian deaths in Melbourne. Invasion Day. Chelsea Manning free 17 May. Not My Debt updates. Please support our Crowd Funding campaign here: https://chuffed.org/project/50eps2017 For...
Topics: VeganSci, animal activism, veganism, prisons, rehabilitation, slaughterhouses
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by ProgressivePodcastAustralia.com
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This episode is on the recent High Court ruling that the offshore detention of asylum seekers is legal. This decision clears the way for the government to return about 250 asylum seekers in Australia, including 37 babies, to Nauru: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/high-court-finds-offshore-detention-lawful-20160202-gmk5q6.html http://www.hcourt.gov.au/assets/publications/judgment-summaries/2016/hca-1-2016-02-03.pdf We play some of the speeches from outside the Department of...
Topics: refugees, asylum seekers, High Court, activism
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by ProgressivePodcastAustralia.com
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This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2016 Conference in Canberra. You can find out more information about this conference here: http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/oceania-conference/   You can listen to other talks from this conference  here . You can also listen to a recap of the conference on  episode 152 of Progressive Podcast Australia .   Below is further information about the talk from the conference booklet, available here:...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2016, abolitionism, animal activism
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This is an audio recording of all of the talks and music from the Melbourne March for the End of Speciesism. More information about the event, from the Facebook event page : World Day for the End of Speciesism On Saturday the 26th of August we are marching through the city to let the public know that Animals are NOT ours to use for food, clothing, experiments or entertainment. Yes, it is time to End Speciesism NOW! Pigs, Sheep, Cows, Chickens, Fish, Goats and Rabbits are just as IMPORTANT as...
Topics: speciesism, animals, language, discrimination, veganism, activism, intersectionality, mental health
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You can view the PowerPoint presentation for this talk here: http://www.slideshare.net/NickPendergrast/getting-trigger-happy-with-trigger-warnings This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal  Studies Oceania 2015 Conference in Melbourne. You can find out more information about this conference here:  http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/conference-schedule/ You can find links to listen to other talks from the conference here: ...
Topics: trigger warnings, mental health, safe spaces, ableism, activism
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This talk was recorded at the Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2016 Conference in Canberra. You can find out more information about this conference here: http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/oceania-conference/   You can listen to other talks from this conference  here . You can also listen to a recap of the conference on  episode 152 of Progressive Podcast Australia .   Below is further information about the talk from the conference booklet, available here:...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2016, animals, animal activism, tactics, technology
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Nick is joined by Luc Brien, former host of Team Earthling animal rights podcast, to give a recap of the 2017 Institute for Critical Animal Studies (ICAS) Oceania conference.  The episode features a talk from this conference, Esther Alloun on Intersectionality and Its Discontents: Animal Politics In Palestine-Israel.  Activism against horse-drawn carriages in Melbourne as part of the conference.  For more information on this episode including links to audio of all of the talks from the...
Topics: ICAS Oceania 2017, intersectionality, critical animal studies, Palestine, Israel, horse-drawn...
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by ProgressivePodcastAustralia.com
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Nick is joined by Ruth, a psychologist, activist and host of the Creating Space Project podcast. Avoiding being a shooting star as an activist. Activism as a privilege. Mental health as a political issue. Bede Carmody’s talk Sustainable Activism, How to avoid becoming burnt out as an activist. An introduction to activist burnout and why it is important. We encourage listeners to do the activist burnout questionnaire Bede mentioned during his talk:...
Topics: activism, activist burnout, mental health, Creating Space Project, Ruth, Bede Carmody